Jacques Henri Lartigue - Art in Motion

Jacques Henri Lartigue - Art in Motion

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The silver gelatin print above was created 103 years ago by Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894-1986), a French painter and photographer famous for the monochrome moments reflecting his upper-class Parisian lifestyle, as well as being a pioneer in capturing recreation in motion. His black-and-white images ranged from intimate family moments to early accomplishments in aviation, with all types of candid moments and activities in between.

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Lartigue's photography was only "discovered" in 1963 when the New York Museum of Modern Art opened an exhibition featuring his work, as up until then the 69-year-old had considered himself a painter.

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The Tangga House

The Tangga House

Maxing The Bugatti Veyron

Maxing The Bugatti Veyron